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BL
BL
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
Expired Car Warranty, final notice.
Bets
Bets
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
recorded voice - expired warranty - didn't listen to the whole call
bill
bill
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
This is a scam, The company has already been warned by a Florida court to cease and desist their illegal activities.
Not that Dumb
Not that Dumb
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
Said my car warranty expired, wanted personal info. These are criminals who will steal from you.
Kevin
Kevin
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
Did not answer call.  Have already been slammed by Yak Communications when me mother-in-law pressed 1 during one of these calls.
HFX Girl
HFX Girl
2011-06-06 20:41:55
Unknown
I live in Canada and have been constantly getting these calls. I don't bother answering though.
Newt
Newt
2008-12-09 01:03:12
Unknown
Expired Warranty.....Scam!!
JD
JD
2008-12-08 20:04:56
Unknown
Call every day, even though I already asked not to recieve calls from them,
Kevin
Kevin
2008-12-08 19:05:36
Unknown
Here is the area those calls are coming from:

http://www.whitepages.ca/search/Replay?search_id=61081432209568424498&lower=1&more_info=1&form_mode=

Anyone live near there?
Kevin
Kevin
2008-12-08 18:51:14
Unknown
If you pressed 1 then you probably got slammed.  Slamming is when your long distance service provider is changed without your consent.  Essentially, when you pressed you inadvertanly allowed whoever they are to change switch you over to another company.  You can check who your provider is by dialing 1-700-555-4141. If you've been slammed, do not worry, you don't have to pay the slammers for the first month and after that you only have to pay the actual fees you would have paid to your original provider. If youve been paying for a few months then you may be elegible to a refund equal to half of what was charged to and your original service provider would get the ammount they would have got from the date you got slammed. These regs are only in affect in some ares.  To chack you area regs go to this site.
http://www.whitefence.com/blog/whitefence/200 ... e_slamming.html
Not that Dumb
Not that Dumb
2008-12-08 18:13:08
Telemarketer
Said my car warranty was going to expire. Wanted personal info. These are criminals who will steal from you.
trying to get work done
trying to get work done
2008-12-08 18:11:34
Unknown
I had the same thing, at work and at home.  Car warranty about to expire.  When you press 1 to get more information, nothing happens.  I called the number and it says something likeL "Press 1 to be taken off the "do-not-call" list.  I asked the police if this was some kind of scam, but they didn't know anything about it.
Joyce
Joyce
2008-12-08 16:32:02
Unknown
We cannot stop this caller from annoying us, even though we supposedly entered the number to remove us from their list.
Mike
Mike
2008-12-06 21:29:42
Telemarketer
Phoned about car insurance. I asked them for which vehicle and how they got my phone number. The guy just hung up. BS and these guys should be shut down immediately. Seems to me like no company or government action is really doing much good. I have received over 50+ phone calls this year for donations, insurance rates, credit card rates, etc.
dave
dave
2008-12-06 19:21:40
Telemarketer
Called me today. I pressed the # to speak to a rep and when I asked for the company name, he told me to F%*K OFF and hung up on me.
Hear here
Hear here
2008-12-01 13:35:42
Unknown
Word to the wise: Auto dealers do NOT sell extended warranties over the telephone. Period.
Inquiring minds want to know
Inquiring minds want to know
2008-11-30 23:01:33
Unknown
It appears as though I may have misjudged the scope of the footprint of this extended-warranty scam. Apparently, calls of this nature have blanketed my city. And many others. My local paper had a story on it.

Friends, if they call your number and begin their shtick on extended auto warranties, be wise and do not provide them with any personal information. Tell them no thanks.
Toyota owner
Toyota owner
2008-11-29 16:35:12
Unknown
The only place to purchase an extended warranty should be from a reputable automotive dealership. Not telemarketing calls like this one. You must place trust in the establishment.

Earlier this week, I sent a text message of sincere well wishes to the recipient and received more of the same in return. Maybe I sent it to the wrong address? Maybe I did not. Either way, there was no confirmation call; just clouded tenet. I was reminded that my Toyota is not scheduled to be in the shop.

So, this will not go on indefinitely. It is unhealthy for both parties at the present rate. If you wish that I know the status of your vehicle, you have until the spring to let me know with absolute certainty. At that time, I will be switching my residential number to a new satellite-based, VOIP-telephone number that is not disseminated in the traditional White Pages directory and will not be reachable via traditional methods.

The Spring is also a time where I will be seeking an entirely new profession - one that could not be farther away from the one just ended - and the turning over of a new leaf on life for me. Truth is. In recent years I have become somewhat of a solitarian, distancing myself from friends and community events.

So, if you received the text message, it's your move. Your decision for correspondence or silence. And it's on the clock. And if I have not earned your trust by now, I never will.

Please note that everything I said in prior records remains both sincere and true. Please note also that all records of account are found on the dealership computers with internet access by typing your access code.

Happy Thanksgiving
catmama
catmama
2008-11-29 12:18:25
Unknown
I feel like this cat, you know the day after Thanksgiving and all after being totally stuffed with turkey. Right, Sam?

http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z315/nomomomo_bucket/cat_birthday_cake.jpg
Sam
Sam
2008-11-28 03:32:33
Telemarketer
Got this call yesterday, but lucky for me I did not pick up. Thanks for the post!!!
Inquiring minds want to know
Inquiring minds want to know
2008-11-27 13:19:37
Unknown
I received this call Tuesday at 11:18 am EST. Is this a robo-dialed call that comes my way or perhaps intentioned?

Hint: my car is fully warrantied, am also wondering if the caller is aware of my make and model. That would answer this question.
A guy not named Geraldo
A guy not named Geraldo
2008-11-27 01:28:27
Unknown
Received the call yesterday. Anyone else?
Hear here
Hear here
2008-11-25 13:33:56
Unknown
The Florida Attorney General has stated his office has been flooded with complaints.  

http://www.nbc-2.com/Articles/readarticle.asp?articleid=23009&z=3
Hear here
Hear here
2008-11-25 13:26:43
Unknown
Also available in postcard form.

http://www.fraudguides.com/auto-warranty-scams.asp
Hear here
Hear here
2008-11-25 13:25:09
Unknown
http://www.warrantyweek.com/archive/ww20080814.html
Hear here
Hear here
2008-11-25 13:20:07
Unknown
After checking out the 800 forums, it looks like we are not alone in receiving these calls; certainly this car-warranty scam is making the waves using a multitude of numbers. Protect your identity. Do not partake. FYI:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2279347,00.asp

"Verizon Wireless on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against fraudulent telemarketers who target wireless customers with promises of extended car warranties.

Since January 2008, more than 2 million Verizon Wireless customers have received calls"
catmama
catmama
2008-11-25 00:48:42
Unknown
Happyness not just for today, but your tomorrows, catmama.

http://www1.yahoo.americangreetings.com/ecard ... 1626&path=42069
val
val
2008-11-24 20:43:02
Telemarketer
My story is the same as many above...a recording begins even before the answering recording begins. It is telling me that I don't want to be driving with an expired car warranty. I drive a '92 Ford so, clearly, they have no idea who they're calling.
taruni
taruni
2008-11-24 19:36:41
Unknown
If a person enters my home without my authority or permission he is a criminal house breaker:if he enters thru the telephone he is a mere telemarketer? I suggest laws to crimialise this entry into a home especially so when I am on the "do not call list"Heavy penalties will keep these criminals and  their accessories in crime----the phone companies.
KT
KT
2008-11-24 16:28:31
Survey
It keeps calling saying expired car warrenty or credit card better interest rate ...we pressed the number to stop future calls and put our name on remove list ... they still call almost everyday..morning and night ... It's a machine then if you press a number you get a person...they can't stop it either
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